Inspired by haiku heights September Challenge day 2 ~ Guardian
When I am troubled
Take me to a quiet place
To rest with angels
Daffodils in the College grounds at Glos Uni
Spring water gushing at Compton Abdale in the Cotswolds
Clevedon in Somerset
St Peter’s Grange at Prinknash Abbey on the side of the hill, sheltered by trees
Brenda, this really blessed me today. Beautiful.
I am so glad Sherri. I find the only way I can soothe my soul is by getting out to a quiet place, preferably with the beauty of the natural world around me, where I can feel at peace. It sorts me out in no time at all!
I know just what you mean 🙂
Oh my goodness, I LOVE this. The haiku speaks to me, perfectly–and the photos are so inviting.
Oh Bennetta it is lovely of you to make such positive comments. As I said I have been away from my computer for a while for one reason or another and I have sort of lost the plot as far as the September challenge is concerned, so it is really helpful and encouraging to get nice comments x Thanks again!
It all comes back to us–poets MUST write. I’ve had seasons where I wrote nothing but haiku–but I have difficulty being “concise”, so haven’t done them lately. Now that I’ve learned about tagxedo word clouds, however, I’m thinking they’d work well for haiku–so this weekend I’m going to “play”!
This is so beautiful!
Oh thank you x I have been away from my computer for a while due to a very busy summer with visitors etc, so have just started blogging again and seem to have lost my confidence. So your comment helps me a lot x thank you again x